Elevating Classroom Projects and Communication with Adobe Creative Cloud
Published on Dec 4, 2020 by Jess Reider
How students can use Adobe programs to create a wide array of education-based content and expand their creative skillsets.
The integration of technology into classrooms has given students unprecedented access to information, collaborative tools, and learning resources. The Adobe Creative Cloud – a collection of over 20 desktop and mobile applications for graphic and web design, video and audio editing, photography, and more – allows students to combine the benefits of technology with the power of creativity.
From solo projects to team collaborations, the Adobe Creative Cloud can enable students to create and share content and assignments whether they are learning remotely or together in the classroom. You can encourage students to develop their creativity and creative problem solving with projects including:
- Study Guide Infographics
- Yearbook Design
- School News Channels or Webpages
- Historic Photo Restoration
- Virtual Book Reports
If you have students with an interest in pursuing careers in entertainment, media, and the arts, the Adobe Suite serves as an introduction to the industry basics that could benefit them as they continue to pursue their education and go on to master their trades.
For more information on technology and the Creative Cloud in the classroom, check out the links below:
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